Effect of External Factors on Staff Job Satisfaction at Organization

Volume 5-Issue 2
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The purpose of present literature review is to identify the essential role of external factors such as salary, work (itself), promotion, supervision, and co-worker on job satisfaction amongst staff at organizations. The results of this study demonstrate these external factors have a vital role on job satisfaction at organization because these factors can improve attitude and believe of staff toward their job. This study likewise focused on job satisfaction as a developer for the amount of performance and efficiency of staff at organization. Furthermore, lack of attention to this main organizational factor that impacted by external factors decreases staff efficiency and performance at organization. Consequently, the present paper supports staff’s needs based on external factors to achieve job satisfaction at organization.


  • External factors
  • Job satisfaction
  • Staff
  • Organization
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